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England’s Autumn squad: Saracens’ Billy Vunipola, Mako Vunipola and Jamie George left out again by Eddie Jones

Saracens trio Billy Vunipola, Jamie George and Mako Vunipola have again been overlooked by England head coach Eddie Jones after they were omitted from his squad for the Autumn Nations Series. The trio were left out of a 45-man training squad in September but they have impressed since then during the opening rounds of the Premiership.

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England’s Autumn squad: Saracens’ Billy Vunipola, Mako Vunipola and Jamie George left out again by Eddie Jones

Mako and Billy Vunipola among big names to miss out on England selection again

England will enter the autumn without four of their biggest names including the Vunipola brothers after Eddie Jones was unconvinced by their recent resurgence on club duty. With the 2023 World Cup in mind, Mako and Billy Vunipola, Jamie George and George Ford have been overlooked for the 34-man squad picked for next month’s Tests against Tonga, Australia and South Africa.

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Mako and Billy Vunipola among big names to miss out on England selection again

Spencer Tunick stages salty photo shoot at Israel’s Dead Sea

By Press Association 2021 Some 300 male and female volunteers stripped naked and donned white body paint for an artistic installation meant to draw attention to the shrinking Dead Sea. They posed for US photographer Spencer Tunick, who has done similar installations in other exotic locales around the world, including French wine country, a Swiss glacier, a beach in South Africa and Hull.

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Spencer Tunick stages salty photo shoot at Israel’s Dead Sea

Flesh-eating STI that rots genitals from inside out on rise - as warnings issued

Donovanosis or klebsiella granulomatis creates lesions around the groin and genital which can turn into foul-smelling ulcers if untreated. It is most common among men A rare sexually transmitted disease which can cause your skin to rot is on the rise in England, health experts have warned. The bacteria normally found in countries including South Africa and India, is now being seen in the UK too, with numbers steadily on the rise.

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Flesh-eating STI that rots genitals from inside out on rise - as warnings issued

Who Is Cameron Norrie? We Reveal All About The British Tennis Star

If you don't know who Cameron Norrie is, you will do soon. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa on 23rd August 1995, the 26-year-old learned his trade in New Zealand and represented the country during his Junior career, before switching his allegiance to Great Britain in 2013.

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Who Is Cameron Norrie? We Reveal All About The British Tennis Star

China has highest levels of salt in its meat and fish products, study says

Overall, salt content in food products remains high in China, US, Australia, South Africa and UK China has the highest levels of salt in its processed meat and fish products, according to a new study of five countries. The US had the second-highest level, while South Africa was ranked in third place ahead of Australia in fourth.

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China has highest levels of salt in its meat and fish products, study says

Ryanair, Jet2, TUI and easyJet latest: Foreign Office advice for Germany, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka

Savid Javid said they want to make going abroad "easier and cheaper, whether you’re travelling for work or visiting friends and family" The Government's travel system underwent major changes earlier this month with 47 countries being remove from the red list and the amber category also being scrapped.

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Ryanair, Jet2, TUI and easyJet latest: Foreign Office advice for Germany, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka

South Africa and Sale Sharks star Faf de Klerk is facing five months out injured

The World Cup-winning scrum-half, 30, suffered a hip injury against the Lions He returned to action this month but aggravated it in the Rugby Championship Sportsmail has learned that the blow is so severe that de Klerk requires surgery South African star Faf de Klerk is facing five months out injured in a crushing blow to the Springboks and his Premiership club Sale Sharks.

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South Africa and Sale Sharks star Faf de Klerk is facing five months out injured

“Nobody better” – Bakkies Botha ranks his three toughest opponents

#1. Richie McCaw (New Zealand) Botha, now retired after 87 tests and a World Cup winner’s medal, said he always relished the challenge of playing the All Blacks, and McCaw in particular. BOTHA SAID: “They were always the hardest opponents we faced and there was no better player than Richie McCaw that I came up against.

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“Nobody better” – Bakkies Botha ranks his three toughest opponents

Artist recruits 200 for nude photo near Dead Sea in Israel

A group of 200 male and female volunteers have stripped naked and donned white body paint for an artistic installation near the Dead Sea A group of 200 male and female volunteers stripped naked and donned white body paint for an artistic installation meant to draw attention to the shrinking Dead Sea

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Artist recruits 200 for nude photo near Dead Sea in Israel

Warner, Smith hopeful fans in South Africa will show respect after ball-tampering scandal

Australia opener David Warner is braced for a hostile reception but hopes fans will show “respect” as he and Steve Smith return to South Africa for the first time since the ‘Sandpapergate’ ball-tampering scandal that rocked world cricket. The last time the pair played in South Africa, almost two years ago, they were sent home in disgrace for attempting to alter the ball with sandpaper during a Cape Town Test.

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Warner, Smith hopeful fans in South Africa will show respect after ball-tampering scandal

WORLD OF RUGBY: A Red Rose revolution is on the cards for England as Eddie Jones prepares to unleash a young and revamped back line in their autumn Test matches

England are gearing up to embark on a bold new era in their autumn fixtures The plan is to combine an experienced pack with a back line awash with youth Marcus Smith will be given the role of primary playmaker and attack leader What is striking is there are really only four guaranteed starters for England now

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WORLD OF RUGBY: A Red Rose revolution is on the cards for England as Eddie Jones prepares to unleash a young and revamped back line in their autumn Test matches

Winning T20 World Cup would be extremely special, says Rabada

Dubai [UAE], October 18 (ANI): South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada has said winning the T20 World Cup could be the biggest achievement for his side. South Africa will open its T20 World Cup campaign against Australia on October 23 at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

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Winning T20 World Cup would be extremely special, says Rabada

Cameron Norrie’s turbulent rise from ‘not enjoying tennis’ to British No.1

British tennis has another hope for the future after Cameron Norrie cemented his Indian Wells triumph on Sunday, though the new world No. 15 once appeared at risk of giving up the sport altogether New British No. 1 Cameron Norrie is on track for tennis superstardom after beating Nikoloz Basilashvili to the Indian Wells title on Sunday.

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Cameron Norrie’s turbulent rise from ‘not enjoying tennis’ to British No.1

EU says exports of COVID-19 vaccines now top 1 billion mark

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union’s top official said Monday that the bloc has now exported over 1 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines to the rest of the world. EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the vaccines have been sent to over 150 nations, making the 27-member bloc the largest exporter of the vaccines in the world, to nations including Japan, Britain, South Africa and Brazil.

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EU says exports of COVID-19 vaccines now top 1 billion mark

Princess Charlene speaks out about the mystery illness keeping her in South Africa

PRINCESS Charlene has spoken out about the medical condition that has seen her stuck in South Africa for months. Princess Charlene's husband, Prince Albert admitted that her original visit to South Africa was supposed to be "a weeklong, 10-day maximum stay". The Princess has since been suffering with an infection that has led to two surgeries.

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Princess Charlene speaks out about the mystery illness keeping her in South Africa

Transfer Round-Up: Vunipola’s wanted, Springbok Premiership bound

RUMOUR: A number of Premiership clubs are chasing the signature of South Africa powerhouse Steven Kitshoff, according to The Rugby Paper/ Embed from Getty Images SIGNED: Cardiff Rugby have announced the signing of Wasps and Wales back rower Thomas Young ahead of the 2022/23 campaign as he returns to the club where he started his career.

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Transfer Round-Up: Vunipola’s wanted, Springbok Premiership bound